It was later proven that the unique Abell cluster truly consisted of two unbiased clusters of galaxies – a cluster within the foreground about 2.3 billion light-years from Earth, and one other cluster at a higher distance of about 5.4 billion light-years from our planet. Essentially the most distant galaxy cluster, listed within the Large Cluster Survey as MCS J0358.8-2955, is central on this picture. The plenty of the 2 galaxy clusters are regarded as about 30 trillion and 120 trillion occasions the mass of the Solar, respectively. Each of the bigger galaxies within the middle of this picture are a part of MCS J0358.8-2955; Nonetheless, the smaller galaxies you see listed here are a mix of the 2 clusters present in Abell 3192.
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